Guizhou, referred to as "qian" or "GUI", is a provincial-level administrative region of the People's Republic of China. The provincial capital, guiyang, is located in the hinterland of inland areas in southwest China. It is a transportation hub in southwest China and an important part of the Yangtze river economic belt. China's first national big data comprehensive pilot zone, a world-renowned mountain tourism destination and major mountain tourism province, a national ecological civilization pilot zone, and an inland open economy pilot zone. It is bounded by 24 ° 37 '~ 29 ° 13' n latitude and 103 ° 36 '~ 109 ° 35' e longitude. It is bounded by sichuan and chongqing in the north, hunan in the east, guangxi in the south and yunnan in the west.
Guizhou territory terrain west high east low, from the central to the north, east, south three slope, known as "eight mountains a water a fen field" said. The geomorphology of the province can be divided into four basic types: plateaus, mountains, hills and basins, of which 92.5% are mountains and hills. With a total area of 176,200 square kilometers, it belongs to the subtropical monsoon climate and crosses the Yangtze river and the pearl river.
By the end of 2019, guizhou had jurisdiction over six prefecture-level cities, three autonomous prefectures, 52 counties, 11 autonomous counties, nine county-level cities, 15 municipal districts and one special economic zone. The permanent resident population is 36.22995 million, and the GDP is 1676.934 billion yuan, of which the added value of primary industry is 228.056 billion yuan, the added value of secondary industry is 605.845 billion yuan, and the added value of tertiary industry is 843.033 billion yuan.